Who Do You Think You Are Magazine
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As far as Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams knows, she isn't descended from royalty – but then royal connections aren't what she watches Who Do You Think You Are? for...
With the Rio Olympics drawing to a close, Jayne Shrimpton explains how photographs of our ancestors at leisure can give us an insight into their lives
FamilySearch has an incredible array of free resources – don't ignore it just because you don't have to pay for it, warns Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams
Some tips for getting more out of the internet has inspired Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams to look for hidden gems for her research
An article in Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine and a letter from a reader has prompted editor, Sarah Williams, to look at some of the sporting ancestors in her own family tree
It’s always exciting to come across your ancestors’ holiday snaps, but what if you have no idea when they were taken? Rebecca Arnold offers expert tips on how to date them
A century on from the Battle of the Somme, Jacqueline Wadsworth reveals how nervous British troops prepared for the 'big push' through their heartbreaking letters sent back home
As we mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, editor Sarah Williams tries to find out if her grandfather was involved in the First World War's most notorious battle
Seeing the queues of people voting in the EU Referendum this morning reminded WDYTYA? Magazine editor Sarah Williams about the value of historic electoral records
Editor Sarah Williams delves into the recently completed British Red Cross database to find a WW1 heroine
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